Party Recap

When Fenella first told me she wanted a Yo Gabba Gabba theme for her youngest son's first birthday party I got really excited. My oldest daughter is a huge fan as well so I had some ideas right away for her.It was so easy and fun to work with Fenella. She's a super crafty mom herself and had lots of great ideas for the party. My main focus was the food tables and she coordinated almost everything else!

The food included: Foofa Fruit Salad, Tooty Tortilla Chips and Dip, Plex Pita Chips and Hummus, Plex Pretzels and Brobee Brownie Pops. To round the party out Fenella also found a Brobee piñata, bounce house, and a yummy 36" pizza!

This was such an easy theme to work with due to the amazing items found on NickJr.com. They have a ton of free printables for every aspect of your party! The backdrop, characters, masks and images on the magnets and thank you stickers were all found on their site.

Post of the party on EEAD: http://eeadesign.blogspot.com/2010/12/event-recap-yo-levi-levi-1st-birthday.html


Party Helpers



  • Daffny L

    Daffny L wrote:

    OMG thos face masks are amazing-how did you make those?

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    Melanie K wrote:

    FAB job on the decor!! Where did you get the background?\

  • Kristin K

    Kristin K wrote:

    The whole party is amazing!! Great job!

  • Genesis  M

    Genesis M wrote:

    did you made them or bought them my daughter be 2 years old and im thinking on this theme thanks let me know

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    Arely S wrote:

    Party is amazing where did you get the backfround for the cake!!?

  • Crystal M

    Crystal M wrote:

    hey love the background wonted 2 know were u got it from nice

  • Alexandra D

    Alexandra D wrote:

    Made it!

  • Carmen Cita B

    Carmen Cita B wrote:

    Where can I find this ballons & the backdrop

  • Alexandra G

    Alexandra G wrote:

    The balloons were made by the mom. She printed off the images from Nickjr.com and then affixed them to the balloons once they were blown up. I made the background myself. I got the images from Nickjr.com and enlarged them to the size of the table. I then printed them on 8.5x11 paper and affixed them to a foam board. The 8.5x11 paper overlapped and was puzzled together to form the correct size background.

  • Samantha T

    Samantha T wrote:

    How did you blow up the background? or did you make it?!

  • Anita J

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  • Alexandra D

    Alexandra D wrote:

    @Melanie K - I made the background. Printed it in pieces and glued it to a foam board. @Daffny L - The masks are a free printable there were available on nickjr.com!

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    Karina C wrote:

    where dod ypu find these????